What's New

Learn about 1upHealth's new and updated products and features
Here's the latest from 1upHealth about our new products and features, as well as updates to our current products.

July 2023

Health History for Digital Health

Digital health customers can use the Health History application to access and share their clinical and claims data in FHIR format. You can use Health History to get your data from your provider and payer endpoints on the 1upHealth network and share it with third-party applications.
This release of Health History for Digital Health includes the following new features.
Support for multiple FHIR versions for each endpoint
This enables 1upHealth to connect to the latest version of provider endpoints (R4), while offering and maintaining existing legacy endpoints (DSTU2 and STU3).
Improvements to the user experience of the Health History application
Infinite scrolling was removed from the endpoints directory, pagination was added, and the interface was redesigned (including for accessibility).

Patient Viewer

Authorized analysts and administrators can use the Patient Viewer application to search for patients (members) on the 1upHealth platform and view their data. You can use this tool to help you review your members’ claims data that’s shared with third-party applications and to verify data quality.
This release of Patient Viewer includes the following new feature.
Support for Identity Provider (IdP) integrations using OpenID
Connect providers (such as OKTA and Active Directory), which will simplify user sign in and authentication.

Next Up from 1upHealth

The next 1upHealth release is expected in late 2023 and will include the following new features. Look for more information soon about these forthcoming features.
HL7v2-to-FHIR and CCDAv2-to-FHIR Conversions
Support for HL7v2-to-FHIR and CCDAv2-to-FHIR conversions, which will enable you to access non-standard clinical data types in FHIR.
Clinical Connectivity
Clinical Connectivity will enable you to access population-level clinical data from top Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems.
Supported EHRs include Epic, athenahealth, and Cerner.
Expanded Patient-Mediated Provider Network
The existing patient-mediated 1upHealth provider network will support ingestion from:
  • FHIR R4 provider endpoints using Athena, Allscripts, and NextGen
  • FHIR R4 endpoints using currently supported EHRs: eCW, Epic, Cerner, and Meditech
SQL on FHIR will enable your analysts or data scientists to get access to your FHIR data in a tabular format.
This will simplify integrating your FHIR data with your analytics systems and business workflows, which will also make it easier to analyze your FHIR data.
FHIR Server Group Level Export
1upHealth will introduce a new feature that enables you to export your FHIR data at a group level.
With this feature, you can focus on subsets of your patient populations and efficiently extract the necessary FHIR data in bulk for your specific needs.

May 2023

Health History

Health History now supports multiple FHIR versions for each endpoint.
With this functionality, 1upHealth can now connect to the latest provider and payer endpoints while still offering and maintaining existing legacy endpoints. This capability updates our network of external connections without disrupting ingestion flows for our customers.
How does this impact my implementation?
If you use the 1upHealth Provider Search UI as an iframe in your application, no action is required. The iframe will automatically show the most up-to-date endpoints as they are added.
If you use 1upHealth’s APIs to develop your own UI, you don't have to do anything to return the most up-to-date endpoint. If you need an endpoint of a specific FHIR version, you can pass a query parameter in the External Systems API and select the FHIR version of your choice. Not all endpoints will have every FHIR version available. We recommend using the default state, which includes all supported endpoints at their most up-to-date version.
Out of Scope
No new R4 endpoints were added in this release. R4 endpoints will be included in a future release.
1upHealth isn't be responsible for ensuring previously ingested FHIR data from an existing endpoint is version compatible with data ingested from the most up-to-date endpoint.
Questions? Contact us!